Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
1
I
Experiment
Repeatedly click the
Zoom Out and Zoom
In buttons on the
status bar and watch the
size of the document
change in the
document window.
picture still
selected
2
Click the Zoom Out
or Zoom In button as
many times as
necessary until the Zoom
level button displays
50% on its face
(Figure 1–63).
document
shown at
50% zoom
Zoom In
button
If I change the zoom
percentage, will the
document print
differently?
Changing the zoom
has no effect on the
printed document.
Zoom level
button
Zoom Out
button
Zoom
slider
Figure 1–63
Other Ways
1. Drag Zoom slider on
status bar
2. Click Zoom level button on
status bar, select desired
zoom percent or type, click
OK button
3. Click Zoom level button
on View tab, select desired
zoom percent or type, click
OK button
To Resize a Graphic
The next step is to resize the picture. Resizing includes both enlarging and reducing the size of a graphic. The
picture in the fl yer should be as large as possible, without causing any fl yer text to fl ow to a second page.
With the entire document displaying in the document window, you will be able to see how the resized graphic
will look on the entire page. The following steps resize a selected graphic.
1
With the graphic still selected, point
to the upper-right corner sizing
handle on the picture so that the
mouse pointer shape changes to a
two-headed arrow (Figure 1–64).
What if my graphic (picture) is not
selected?
To select a graphic, click it.
mouse pointer shape
changes to two-headed
arrow when positioned
on a sizing handle
graphic
selected
sizing
handles
Figure 1–64
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